An intimate look at the history, process and contemporary culture of Pisco in Peru.
This book brings the curious foodie in line with one of the most resurgent spirits in the cocktail world today, offering a rich perspective on Peru's national spirit. Pisco is not only one of the least appreciated spirits, it is also one of the best.
This book offers a broad understanding of this unique spirit, and an intimate glimpse into the world of the Pisco makers and their bodegas. It shares recipes of some of Peru's most famous plates which accompany a good Pisco, or may be cooked with Pisco. As well as recipes for cocktails the come from one of Peru's referential bars, the Museo del Pisco.
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